BioWallet Signature – encrypt & secure passwords, contacts, files & more on your Android

BioWallet Signature App

BioWallet Signature is a smart security application that keeps your sensitive data safe. Like other encryption apps, it lets you protect sensitive data (like passwords, bank details, and credit card numbers). Unlike similar apps, however, BioWallet will let you use your own signature to encrypt the data!

BioWallet Signature is free to download from the Amazon Appstore. You can also download the APK file from here.

What We Like

  • Easy to use digital wallet app!
  • Strong encryption!
  • Supports lots of different data types!
  • Secondary authentication!

What We Don’t Like

  • Really tricky writing your signature on a touchscreen.
  • If you get frustrated with the signature recognition and use the password, it loses its unique value then becomes just like every other smart wallet app.

BioWallet Signature lets you hide all your important information behind an app that will require your signature to log in. You can add and encrypt all manner of data, including; applications, bank accounts, contacts, credit cards, documents, Internet banking details, email, notes, usernames & passwords, plus website access. Simply select a record type, enter the secure information, add files if required and, from then on, that data is secure behind your signature authentication.


The app is really easy to use… well, perhaps except for setting the signature up. The thing is, especially on smartphones, the touchscreen really isn’t a great interface for handwriting. Even with games like Draw Something, pictures are relatively poor, and writing isn’t ever going to really represent your actual handwriting and signature. The app has you repeat your signature 6 times and, if it detects one doesn’t match the others you have to do them again. I started with my full name as my signature and spent some time in the training mode trying to get it right. However, it took very many attempts and the reduction of my signature down to just my initials before it started working for me. I would suggest then that, if you use the app for the signature authentication, you use a stylus of some kind to improve accuracy.

That aside, the app is very easy to use. Creating new data sets are simple, as is searching for them and attaching files- such as documents. It can pretty much secure anything you need it to- from Internet passwords to credit card numbers. There are also some great formats which mimic things like credit cards. Being attached to loads of social networks, websites and more, it’s a great place to save all your info should your memory fail you (it happens to the best of us).

If you just can’t replicate your signature to the apps satisfaction, you can still access your info via a secondary password authentication. This is handy of course, but kind of defeats the novelty of the app. How many times do you think you’ll try scribing your signature before you think it’s not worth the bother- and just enter your password? Signature detection is rightly scrupulous, but if it keeps the legitimate user out for longer than he/she can put up with, what’s the point?

I do still genuinely like the concept behind Biowallet Signature, and would certainly encourage people to try it out (it could just be I had bad luck with writing my signature and others might be more successful).

Why You Need BioWallet Signature

The app is great for preserving and securing sensitive information; from Internet banking passwords to files on your device. Then you can unlock these by writing your signature (or entering a password). Also, if you’re prone to forget passwords and the like, this is a great app which will remind you, yet keep the info secure at the same time.

The whole app is incredibly easy to use and intuitive- except for the signature detection itself, which is very strict. On one hand this is a good thing, on the other it can be frustrating if you can’t replicate your signature to the accuracy it demands.

Should You Use an Encryption App?

This very much depends on the user and what kind of information they enter… and perhaps even how good the user’s memory is! It could also depend on how often you need access to certain files. The app is certainly stable and simple to use, so easily something you can use regularly.

The interface is smooth and comes with two different themes. While these do not make any difference to the functionality, it does at least allow for some customisation. The app is simple to navigate and, while there are better looking apps out there, BioWallet Signature looks professional and sleek.


I’d definitely recommend downloading and trying it out for yourself. While you might not need to keep sensitive information on your device, anything you might need to keep secure can be encrypted behind the app. Obviously, if you were to get your device stolen, this kind of app would keep any important information safe. BioWallet Signature is free, and definitely worth trying out.

G Cloud Backup: Back Up and Restore Your Android Phone

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G Cloud Backup is an Android app developed by Genie9 that allows you to back up and restore your phone. This app can help you to organize your schedule, your electronic data and your life. You can use this app to synchronize, share, backup and protect all of your mobile data, so that you can access it whenever and wherever you need it. G Cloud Backup can be incredibly useful if you use more than one Android device, or if you need to share data such as contacts with other mobile users. However, G Cloud Backup can be just as useful if you only have one cell phone that contains valuable data you need to backup and protect.

G Cloud Backup is a reliable, efficient and easy to use app. It uses the Genie9 server as a central store of information, which can then be synchronized with all of your mobile devices. Phones can be set up to synchronize with the server automatically in order to backup information and ensure that it is current, but you can also choose to synchronize or share data manually.

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G Cloud Backup synchronizes and backs up all of your data, so that you can be sure that you will always have access to your data, including your contacts, photos, music, videos, calendar, emails and messages, no matter what happens. If your cell phone is lost, stolen or damaged, then the data it contains will not be gone. You will be able to access it all through the Genie9 back ups.

G Cloud Backup for Android:
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If you want additional protection for your cell phone then you can sign up for the paid mSpy service in addition to the free G Cloud Backup app. mSpy can help you to track down the location of a lost or stolen phone, alert you to any SIM changes and allow you to remotely wipe any data on the phone if it is stolen. For more information about mSpy, visit

G Cloud Backup can be used to synchronize multiple mobile devices, to backup your data, to share data with other mobile users, or to make transferring all of your contacts and data to a new phone much easier.

Most importantly, G Cloud Backup is a a FREE downloadable app that can be used on any Android phone, including Samsung, Motorola, Huawei and HTC. It can therefore be useful if you need to synchronize data between phones that use different platforms.